Meet the Captain of the Consistory Guard
November 18, 2014
William Rudolph Currier has dedicated his life to the craft and its appendant bodies. It began when he was born into the household of Lafayette and Myrtle Currier in 1956 in Concord, MA. He grew up in North Reading, where he would graduate high school in 1974. Will was a born runner, participating on the cross country, winter and spring track teams. Will earned two degrees from Franklin Pierce College (now University), one in Management (minor in International Business) and Financial Manageme…

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Beat the Turkey Coma
November 15, 2014
Ever since the first Thanksgiving, families have been gathering around the dinner table to stuff themselves like a turkey and slowly pass out while watching football (well, maybe not the first Thanksgiving). The turkey coma is a feeling that we have all experienced in our lifetimes: that lethargic, drowsy sense that makes us want to curl up in bed and wait until the weekend is over.
 
What causes the turkey coma?
While that delicious bird is certainly an accomplice to your groggin…

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Welcome Aboard!
November 07, 2014
 
To all of our new brothers, welcome! The Valley of Boston is a great organization to belong to; filled with a rich history and great network of brothers. There are many opportunities for you to get involved in the activities Scottish Rite has to offer and plenty of helpful men working towards the same goals. Take time to become acquainted with the valley and explore the avenues that interest you, so long as it is within the length of your cable-tow. Again, congratulations o…

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A Look into the Scottish Rite
November 06, 2014

Take a look at what Scottish Rite is all about and what the Valley of Boston has to offer.

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Valley Men Honored with DSA
November 03, 2014
The Distinguished Service Award is presented to any brother in recognition of his exceptional and dedicated service to the Scottish Rite bodies in the Valley of Boston. This is the first year in many that this award has been presented. The DSA, awarded by the Presiding Officers, is not partial to any of the four bodies or to any particular form of service within the Valley of Boston. The following men were awarded with the medal at the Fall One Day Class last weekend:
 
William P. Asa…

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Upcoming Events

Signing Up for FEMS
October 02, 2014 to November 30, 2014
As our society continues to progress into the technology filled age, Scottish Rite is taking steps to follow the curve in a variety of ways. The fall of 2012 was met with the introduction of the new website and weekly newsletters to better inform our members about everything happening within the Valley and Scottish Rite.
 
2014 brought the Valley of Boston a new online event registration system to use for our various events. The Fraternal Event Registration System (FEMS) will...

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Dues, Diplomas & More
November 06, 2014 to November 29, 2014

An example of the diploma and dues card that you will receive in little over a month!

As is the same when you joined your blue lodge, there are many items and opportunities afforded to you when you first join. Please take some time to read about dues cards, diplomas, and more:
 
Dues Cards & Diplomas: Beginning in 2011, dues cards moved from an annual, paper card to a more permanent, plastic version. The plastic version will have your name, valley, and a barcode that can be scanned when you attend valley events. This, along with a beautiful 11"x13" diploma, is...

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